Do you know how in cartoons you watched growing up as a kid there was always a character who would get caught in a kite string or something and get lifted up into the air? Impossible, right?
Because that very thing happened at a festival in Taiwan where a three-year-old somehow got herself tangled in a rather long kite and was lifted dozens of feet into the air. Yes, she’s safe, so watch the video guilt-free:
A three-year-old girl miraculously suffered no injuries after she got caught in the strings of a kite and lifted several metres in to the air at a festival in Taiwanhttps://t.co/z98WbIMXl2 pic.twitter.com/iMA5GE2Lsb
— ITV News (@itvnews) August 30, 2020
According to Bloomberg, she was “more than 30 feet in the air”:
🪁 WATCH: A 3-year-old girl was swept more than 30 feet into the air after being entangled in a kite string during a festival in Taiwan on Sunday, prompting authorities to halt the event.
According to her parents the girls was not injured pic.twitter.com/8kKUWRhMij
— Bloomberg QuickTake (@QuickTake) August 30, 2020
Here’s another angle:
Earlier today a 3 year old girl in Taiwan accidentally got latched to a kite and was sent airborne. Thankfully she is safe.
— Sophia (Full Stop) Narwitz (@SophNar0747) August 30, 2020
And, yes, thankfully she’s safe. But, wow.